Arsenal vs Wolves Premier League Predictions

Arsenal vs Wolves Premier League
Arsenal vs Wolves

Sunday November 11th, 16:30

Arsenal will be looking to continue their unbeaten run as they host promoted side Wolves, who are looking to break as a poor run of results.


Wolves will be taking on a North London club for the second week in a row, having run Tottenham close in their last game, losing 3-2. Despite a close-fought game, the loss was their third in succession.

While Arsenal do have a tough Europa League game against Portuguese side Sporting in midweek, the fact that all three games are at home will help massively.

Given Arsenal’s current great form expect them to win at least 2-0.

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Both Arsenal and Wolves rank in the Premier League’s bottom four sides for first half performances. If games ended after 45 minutes, both would be fighting relegation. However, both step it up after the break, as evidenced by Arsenal’s equaliser against Liverpool and Wolves’ late salvo at against Tottenham.

Expect a slow start from both, but Arsenal’s overall quality should shine through over 90 minutes.

Every game at the Emirates stadium this season has seen at least two goals, and Arsenal have won all but two of them. Their star strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette already have 15 goals between them.



With Wolves’ absence from the Premier League the last time these two sides met was in 2012, when Arsenal comfortably won 3-0. Aaron Ramsey is the only Arsenal player remaining from that fixture, they were able to hold the Gunners to a draw at the emirates in the reverse fixture, but that is a good as things have gotten in recent years. In the 12 meetings before that draw, Wolves lost every single one across games in the Premier League, First Division, FA Cup and League Cup.

Arsenal manager Unai Emery and Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo have met on three occasions when they oversaw Spanish sides Sevilla and Valencia respectively. Their record is split evenly at one win, one loss and one draw. However, their last meeting – a 1-0 Sevilla win forced Santo to quit his job at Valencia.


  • Arsenal are unbeaten in 14 matches in all competitions.
  • Arsenal have won more points from losing positions than any other Premier League side in 2018-19 (8).
  • Arsenal have not led at half-time in any of their 11 Premier League matches so far this season. However, the Gunners have scored more goals after the break than any other side (19).
  • 17 of Alexandre Lacazette’s 23 goals for Arsenal in all competitions have been scored in home games.
  • Wolves have won none of their past 25 Premier League matches against sides starting the day in the top half of the table (D10 L15).